A casual, everyday outfit isn’t complete without an amazing pair of trainers and if you look in most men’s closets they will be filled with quite a few different brands and types of trainers. Trainers were originally worn as a sports shoe, and this is still the case, however most people today wear trainers designed for fashion purposes only. As you can see from the picture of Pharrell Williams above sometimes there are just too many to choose from. So we are going to make it easy for you and fill you in with our favourite trainers at the moment.
1. New Balance
So, in no particular order our first trainer on the list is one that you will recognise as it has become very popular recently for not only men but women as well. This is due to the range of colours available along with how comfortable and lightweight they are to wear. We are of course talking about ‘New Balance’s’. New Balance as a company started in the early 1900’s as a specialised shoe manufacturer in Boston, USA. It was discovered by a British entrepreneur called William J. Riley. These are one pair which were not actually just produced for fashion purposes but they are popular with runners as well. You can find then at www.newbalance.co.uk.
These shoes are famous for their vintage feel mixed up with modern elements. Adidas offer both trainers for sport and for fashion and they say themselves ‘From the court to the catwalk, the stadium to the street, whatever the game, we play the same way’. The ZX Casual Mid shoes here are for more sporty buyer and can be found at Office for around £80.
3. Adidas Gazelle
As we love Adidas trainers so much we are giving you another one from the popular brand, these are Gazelles. These are definitely fashion trainers rather than a shoe for sport. They also can be found in a variety of colours and also bought at Office for around £65.
4. Nike Air Pegasus
Nike was founded in 1964 and has been know to produce some of the most popular shoes around.This next shoe is from Nike and was created to provide comfort and style. We love them in this bright red colour but of course they can be found in a variety of colours. These can be found at most Trainer shops but we found them here at Office for around £62.
5. Vans: SK8-HI Reissue
Finally the last on our list are the SK8-HI Reissue Vans . Vans were founded in 1966 in California, USA and have continued to be popular for buyers of all ages. This pair has an amazing space pattern printed on them that we love as well as padding around the ankle for support so are very comfortable to wear. They can be found at the Vans website for around £57.